Plan of Wightwick Manor showing Turkish bath, 1887

Ground floor plan Plan of the Turkish bath

Building News (24 May 1889)

The ground floor plan of Wightwick Manor, as built in 1887 (left), and an enlarged plan  of the Turkish bath.

The area tinted yellow on the house plan comprises the Turkish baths shown in the larger plan, while the area coloured red denotes the hot air duct and grid in the hot room.

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Wightwick Manor, Wolverhampton

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